afidep-African Institute for Development Policy

List of peer-reviewed publications

 

 

2015

 Journal Articles

  1. Atela, M., Bakibinga, P., Ettah, R., Kyobutungi, C., & Cohn, S. (2015) Strengthening health system governance using health facility service charters: a mixed methods assessment of community experiences and perceptions in a district in Kenya. BMC Health Services Research, 2015. 15(1): p. 1-12
  2. Smith, E., Musila, R., Murunga, V., & Godbole, R. (2015). An assessment of family planning decision makers’ and advocates’ needs and strategies in three East African Countries. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 41(3), 136–44. http://doi.org/10.1363/4113615.

2014

  1. Machingura, P.1., Adekola, O.,Mueni, , Oaiya, O., Gustafsson, L.L., & Heller, R.F. (2014), Perceived value of applying Information Communication Technology to implement guidelines in developing countries; an online questionnaire study among public health workers. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics. 2014: 6(2); e180.

 

2013

  1. Crichton, J., Kabiru, C., Okal, J., & E.M. (2013). Emotional and psychosocial aspects of menstrual poverty in resource-poor settings: A qualitative study of the experiences of adolescent girls in an informal settlement in Nairobi. Health Care for Women International 34(10): 891-916
  2. Flottorp, S.A., Krause, J. Oxman., A.D., Musila, N.R., Wensing, M., Godycki-Cwirko, M., Baker, R., & Eccles, E. (2013). A checklist for identifying determinants of practice: a systematic review and synthesis of frameworks and taxonomies of factors that prevent or enable improvements in healthcare professional practice. Implementation Science, 8:35
  3. R.O. (2013). The Kenyan national response to internationally agreed sexual and reproductive health and rights goals: a case study of three policies. Reproductive Health Matters, 21(42), 151-160.
  4. Opiyo, N., S. Shepperd, Musila, E. Allen, R. Nyamai, A. Fretheim & M. English. (2013). Comparison of alternative evidence summary and presentation formats in clinical guideline development: A mixed methods study. PLoS ONE; 8(1): e55067.
  5. Ngware, M. Ciera, J.M, Musyoka P. & Oketch, M. (2013). Quality of teaching math and learning achievement gains: Evidence from primary schools in Kenya. Educational Studies in Mathematics.
  6. Mberu, B., Ciera,J.M., Elungata, P. and Ezeh, A. C. (2013). Patterns and determinants of poverty transitions among urban poor households in Nairobi, Kenya. African Development Review.
  7. Ngware, M., Ciera, J., Musyoka, P., Oketch, M. (2013). The Influence of classroom seating position on student learning gains in primary schools in Kenya. Creative Education.

 2012

  1. Murunga, V.I., Musila, N.R., Oronje, R.N., & Zulu, E.M. (2012). Africa on the move! The role of political will and commitment in improving access to family planning in Africa. The Wilson Center’s Africa Program and Leadership Project 2012: Southern Voices in the Northern Policy Debate Initiative, supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
  2. Opiyo N., Shepperd, S., Musila, N., English, M., & Fretheim, A. (2012). The “Child Health Evidence Week” and GRADE grid may aid transparency in the deliberative process of guideline development. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology; 65(9): 962-9.
  3. Archambault, C.S., Joost de Laat, & Zulu, E.M. (2012). Urban services and child migration to the slums of Nairobi. World Development; 40(9),1854-1869.
  4. Abuya, B., Ciera, J.M., & Kimani-Murage, E. (2012). Effect of mother’s education on child stunting in the slums of Nairobi. BMC Pediatrics; 12:80.
  5. Abuya, B., Oketch, M., Mutisya, M., Ngware, M., & Ciera, J.M. (2012). Influence of mothers’ education on children’s maths achievement in Kenya. Education 3-13: 40(0): 1-14.
  6. Ngware, M., Ciera, J.M., Abuya, A., Oketch, M., & Mutisya, M. (2012). What explains gender gaps in Maths achievement in primary schools in Kenya? London Review of Education; 10(1), 55-73.
  7. Fotso, J.C., Madise, N., Baschieri, A., Cleland, J., Zulu, E.M., Mutua M.K., & Essendi, H. (2012). Child growth in urban deprived settings: Does household poverty status matter? At which stage of child development? Health and Place; 18(2), 375–384.
  8. Madise, N.J., Ziraba, A.K., Inungu, J., Khamadi, S.A., Ezeh, A., Zulu, E.M., Kebaso, J., Okoth, V., & Mwau, M. (2012). Are slum dwellers at heightened risk of HIV infection than other urban residents? Evidence from population-based HIV prevalence surveys in Kenya. Health and Place; 18(5),1144-1152.
  9. Mudege, N. N., Egondi, T., Beguy, D., & Zulu, E.M. (2012). The determinants of female circumcision among adolescents from communities that practice female circumcision in two Nairobi informal settlements. Health Sociology Review; 21(2), 240–248.
  10. Kabiru, C.W., Beguy, D., Ndugwa, R.P., Zulu, E.M., & Jessor, R. (2012). Making It: Understanding adolescent resilience in two informal settlements (slums) in Nairobi, Kenya. Child & Youth Services; 33(1), 12-32.

2011

  1. Luke, N., Goldberg, R.E., Mberu, B.U., & Zulu, E.M., (2011). Social exchange and sexual behavior in young women’s premarital relationships in Kenya. Journal of Marriage and Family; 73(7), 1048-1064.
  2. Kabiru, C.W., Beguy, D., Crichton, J., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). HIV/AIDS among youth in urban informal (slum) settlements in Kenya: What are the correlates of and motivations for HIV testing? BMC Public Health; 11:685.
  3. Zulu, E.M., Beguy, D., Ezeh, A.C., Bocquier, P., Madise, N.J., Cleland, J., & Falkingham, J. (2011). Overview of migration, poverty and health dynamics in Nairobi city’s slum settlements. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2):185-199.
  4. Zulu, E.M., Ezeh, A.C., Muindi, K., Elungata, P., Otsola, J.K., & Ye, Y. (2011). Monitoring of health and demographic outcomes in poor urban settlements: Evidence from the Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Surveillance System. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2): 200-218.
  5. Ziraba, A.K., Kyobutungi, C., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). Fatal Injuries in the slums of Nairobi and their risk factors: Results from a matched case-control study. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2): 256-265.
  6. Bocquier, P., D. Beguy, D., Zulu, E.M., Muindi, K., Konseiga, A., & Ye, Y. (2011). Do migrant children face greater health hazards in slum settlements? Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Urban Health; 88 (Suppl 2): 266-281.
  7. Beguy, D., Kabiru, C.W., Zulu, E.M., & Ezeh, A.C. (2011). Timing and sequencing of events marking the transition to adulthood in two informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Urban Health; 88 (Suppl 2): 318-340.
  8. Standing, H., Oronje, R.N., & Hawkins, K. (eds). (2011). Contextualizing rights: the lived experiences of sexual and reproductive health rights. BMC International Health and Human Rights; 11(suppl 3), S1-S8.
  9. Oronje, R.N., Crichton, J., Theobald, S., Lithur, N.O. & Ibisomi, L. (2011). Operationalizing sexual and reproductive health and rights in sub-Saharan Africa: constraints, dilemmas and strategies. BMC International Health and Human Rights; 11(suppl 3): S8.
  10. Ngware, M., Ciera, J.M., Musyoka, M., Oketch, M. (2011). Do quality of teaching Math and student seating positions explain achievement gains? Evidence from primary schools in Kenya. APHRC working paper (47), 2011.
  11. Kabiru, C.W., Beguy, D., Crichton, J., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). HIV/AIDS among youth in urban informal (slum) settlements in Kenya: What are the correlates of and motivations for HIV testing? BMC Public Health; 11:685.
  12. Clark, S., Kabiru, C., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). Do men and women report their sexual partnerships differently?  Evidence from Kisumu, Kenya. International Perspectives in Sexual and Reproductive Health; 37(4),181-90.
  13. Zulu, E.M., Beguy, D., Ezeh, A., Bocquier, P., Madise, N., Cleland, J., & Falkingham, J. (2011). Overview of migration, poverty and health dynamics in Nairobi City’s slum settlements. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2):S185-99.
  14. Jacques, , Beguy, D., Zulu, E.M., Ezeh, A.C., Muindi, K., Elung’ata, P., Otsola J.K., & Yé, Y. (2011). Monitoring of health and demographic outcomes in poor urban settlements: Evidence from the Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Surveillance System. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2): 200-218.
  15. Nancy, L., Goldberg, R., Mberu, B., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). Social exchange and sexual behavior in young women’s premarital relationships in Kenya. Journal of Marriage and Family; 73(5), 1048-1064.
  16. Nancy, L., Clark, S., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). The relationship history calendar: Improving the scope and quality of data on youth sexual behavior. Demography; 48(3), 1151-1176.
  17. Theobald, S., Tulloch, O., Crichton, J., Hawkins, K., Zulu, E.M., Mayaud, P., Parkhurst, J., Whiteside, A., & Standing, H. (2011). Strengthening the research to policy and practice interface: Exploring strategies used by research organizations working on sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. Health Research Policy and Systems; 9(Suppl 1):S2.
  18. Sumner, A., Crichton, J., Theobald, S., Zulu, E.M., & Parkhurst, J. (2011). What shapes research impact on policy: Understanding research uptake in SRH policy processes in resource poor contexts. Health Research Policy and Systems; 9(Suppl 1): S3.
  19. Oronje, R.N., Undie, C., Zulu, E.M., & Crichton, J. (2011). Engaging media in communicating research on sexual and reproductive health and rights in sub-Saharan Africa: Experiences and lessons learned. Health Research Policy and Systems; 9 (Suppl 1):S7.
  20. Bocquier, P., N. Madise, N., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). Is there an urban advantage in child survival in Sub-Saharan Africa? Evidence from 18 Countries in the 1990s. Demography; 48(2), 531-558.
  21. Musila, N., Opiyo, N., & English, M. (2011). Treatment of African children with severe malaria – towards evidence-informed clinical practice using GRADE. Malaria Journal; 10:201.
  22. Musila, N., Underwood, M., McCaskie, A., Black, N., Clarke, A., &, Meulen, V.J. (2011). Referral recommendations for osteoarthritis of the knee incorporating patients’ preferences. Family Practice; 28(1),68-74.

 

 

2010

 

  1. Cleland, J.G., Ndugwa, R.P., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). Family planning in sub-Saharan Africa: progress or stagnation? Bulletin of the World Health Organization; 89(2),137–143.
  2. Beguy, D., Bocquier, P., & Zulu, E.M. (2010). Circular migration patterns and determinants in Nairobi slum settlements. Demographic Research; 23(20), 549-586.
  3. Bocquier P., Beguy, D., Zulu, E.M., Muindi, K., Konseiga, A., & Ye, Y. (2011). Do migrant children face greater health hazards in slum settlements? Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2): S266-81.
  4. Kimani-Murage, E.W., Holding, P.A., Fotso, J.C., Ezeh, A.C., Madise, N.J., Kahurani, E.N., & Zulu, E.M. (2011). Food security and nutritional outcomes among urban poor orphans in Nairobi. Journal of Urban Health Kenya; 88(Suppl 2):S282-97.
  5. Mudege N.N., & Zulu, E.M. (2010). In their own words: Assessment of satisfaction with residential location among migrants in Nairobi slums. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2):S219-34.
  6. Mudege, N.N., & Zulu, E.M. (2010). Discourses of Illegality and exclusion: When water access matters. Global Public Health; 6(3), 221-33.
  7. Ndugwa, R.P., Cleland, J., Madise, N.J., Fotso, J.C., & Zulu, E.M. (2010). Menstrual pattern, sexual behaviors and contraceptive use among postpartum women in Nairobi urban slums. Journal of Urban Health; 88 (Suppl 2):S341-55.
  8. Ndugwa, R.N., Kabiru, C., Cleland, J., Beguy, D., Egondi, T., Zulu, E.M., & Jessor, R. (2010). Adolescent problem behavior in Nairobi’s informal settlements: Applying problem behavior theory in sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Urban Health; 88(Suppl 2):S298-317.
  9. Kabiru, C., Luke, N., Izugbara, C.O., & Zulu, E.M. (2010). The correlates of HIV testing and impacts on sexual behavior: Evidence from a life history study of young people in Kisumu, Kenya. BMC Public Health, 10(412),1-12.
  10. Kabiru, C., Beguy, D., Undie, C., & Zulu, E.M., & Ezeh. A.C. (2010). Transition into first sex among adolescents in slum and non-slum communities in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Youth Studies, 13(4), 453-471.
  11. Ziraba, A.K., Madise, N., Matilu, M., Zulu, E.M., J., Khamadi, S., Okoth, V., & Ezeh. A. (2010). The effect of participant non-response on the HIV prevalence estimates in a population-based survey in two informal settlements in Nairobi city. Population Health Metrics, 8(22), 1-10.
  12. Clarke, A., Blundell, N., Forde, I., Musila, N., Spitzer, D., Naqvi, S., & Browne, J. (2010). Can guidelines improve referral to elective surgical specialties for adults? A systematic review. Journal of Quality and Safety in Healthcare; 19: 187-194.

 

Commentary

 

2015

 

  1. Zulu, E.M. (2015). How research can influence policy decisions. Retrieved from http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/How-research-can-influence-policy-decisions/-/440808/2608098/-/7iuksxz/-/index.html

 

  1. Omariba, S. (2015) WHO guidelines on HIV treatment good news for Kenya. The Daily Nation. Retrieved from http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/hiv-guidelines-therapy-Kenya/-/440808/2926594/-/q4r8t0/-/index.html

 

2013

 

  1. Ciera, J., Murunga, V.I., Mutheu, J., & Zulu, E. (2013). Achieving the demographic dividend: A window of opportunity for sub-Sahara Africa (2013). Kenya. https://africaupclose.wilsoncenter.org/achieving-the-demographic-dividend-a-window-of-opportunity-for-sub-sahara-africa/

 

2012

 

  1. Making family planning a national development priority, a commentary in the Lancet special issue on family planning. Habumuremyi, P.D., and Zenawi, M. (July 2012).

 

Research Reports

 

2015

 

  1. AFIDEP & UNFPA ESARO. (2015). Synthesis report on the demographic dividend in Africa. Johannesburg, South Africa: AFIDEP & UNFPA ESARO
  2. AFIDEP. (2015). Proceedings of the demographic dividend knowledge sharing symposium for East and Southern Africa Region. Nairobi: AFIDEP.
  3. Atela, M., Mushani, N., & Zulu, E. (2014) Landscape Analysis of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS Integration in Zambia. African Institute for Development Policy & The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  4. Atela, M., Mushani, N., & Zulu, E. (2014) Landscape Analysis of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS Integration in Malawi. African Institute for Development Policy & The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  5. Atela, M., Omariba, S., & Zulu, E. (2015). A review of the legal and policy framework supporting health & HIV Services in the EAC region: Toward the harmonisation of health & HIV laws and policies. Nairobi: African Institute for Development Policy
  6. Government of Zambia. (2015). Harnessing the demographic dividend: the future we want for Zambia. Lusaka: Government of Zambia.
  7. Longwe-Ngwira, A., Nissily Mushani, N., Murunga, V., Oronje, R., & Eliya Zulu, E. (2014). An assessment of capacity needs for application of research evidence in decision-making in the health sector in Malawi. Lilongwe: African Institute for Development Policy & The Malawi Ministry of Health.
  8. Murunga, V., Abisi, J., & Atela, M. (2014). Landscape analysis of MCNH, FP and HIV/AIDS integration in DRC. Nairobi: African Institute for Development Policy & The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  9. Murunga, V., Abisi, J., Wasao, S., & R. Oronje, R. (2014). Report of the results of the assessment of capacity needs for application of research evidence and data in decision-making in Kenya’s health sector. Nairobi: African Institute for Development Policy & The Kenya Ministry of Health.

 

2014

 

  1. Musila, R.N., Mueni, E. (2014). An assessment of the policy and programmatic evolution of the community- based distribution of family planning program in Kenya and prospects for its sustainability. MEASURE Evaluation PRH Working Paper Series, WP-14-144.
  2. National Planning Authority. (2014). Harnessing the demographic dividend: Accelerating socioeconomic transformation in Uganda. Kampala: National Planning Authority.
  3. Oronje, R., Atela, M., Murunga, , Longwe-Ngwira, A., Zulu, E. (2014). Landscape analysis of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS integration in Eastern and Southern Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP & The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  4. University of Dar es Salaam & AFIDEP. (2014). Prospects and challenges for harnessing the demographic dividend in Tanzania. Dar es Salaam: University of Dar es Salaam & AFIDEP.

 

2013

 

  1. AFIDEP & EAC. (2013). Assessment of the current status of sexual and reproductive health and rights, reproductive health commodity security, and the policy and legal frameworks guiding responses to SRHR in partner states of the East African Community. Nairobi: AFIDEP & EAC.
  2. AFIDEP, USAID & Measure Evaluation. (2013). An assessment of the policy and programmatic evolution of the community-based distribution of family planning program in Kenya and prospects for its sustainability. Nairobi: AFIDEP, USAID & Measure Evaluation.
  3. Ciera, J., Zulu, E., & Benedikt, C. (2013). Patterns of combined use of SRH/HIV services in highly affected countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP & UNFPA.
  4. AFIDEP, UNFPA-ARO., & Packard Foundation. (2013). Assessment of drivers of progress in increasing contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa. Case studies from Eastern and Southern Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP, UNFPA-ARO and Packard Foundation.
  5. Potts, M., Zulu, E., Wehner, M., Castillo, F., & Henderson, C. (2013). OASIS: Organizing to Advance Solutions in the Sahel, a report of the conference hosted by the University of California Berkeley & AFIDEP held in Berkeley on September 21, 2012.
  6. Ciera, J., Zulu, E., & Addai, E. (2012). Assessing levels and determinants of child deprivation in Eastern and Southern Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP & UNICEF.
  7. Zulu, E., Ciera, J., & Musila, N. (2012). Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Malawi. Nairobi: AFIDEP & Population Action International.
  8. Zulu, E., Ciera, J., Musila, N., & Wasao, S. (2012). Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Kenya. Nairobi: AFIDEP & Population Action International.
  9. Mutunga, C., Zulu, E., & De Souza, R-M. (2012). Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP & Population Action International.
  10. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Eastern Africa. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  11. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing Progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Southern Africa. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  12. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Western Africa. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  13. (2011). Rapid assessment of the status of HIV and sexual and reproductive health linkages and Integration in Lesotho. Nairobi: AFIDEP.
  14. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Rapid assessment of the policy framework for linkages between sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV/AIDS in Kenya. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  15. Smith, E., Godbole, R., Musila, R., Murunga, V., & Zulu, (2013). Evidence for family planning advocacy: An assessment of decision-makers’ and advocates’ needs and strategies in East Africa. Washington, DC: Futures Group, Health Policy Project.

 

 

Policy Briefs

 

2015

  1. Atela, M., Omariba, S. & Zulu, E. (2015). Gaps in healthcare provision for key populations long East African transport corridors. Policy Brief, Nairobi, Kenya.
  2. Atela, M., Omariba, S. & Zulu, E. (2015). Health and HIV/AIDS along the East African Community transport corridors: A situational analysis. Policy Brief, Nairobi, Kenya.
  3. Government of Zambia. (2015). Accelerating human capital development to optimise Zambia’s chances of harnessing the demographic dividend. Policy Brief, Lusaka, Zambia.
  4. Government of Zambia. (2015).  Accelerating economic growth & policy reforms to optimise Zambia’s demographic dividend. Policy Brief, Lusaka, Zambia.
  5. Government of Zambia. (2015).  Accelerating fertility decline in Zambia: Opening the window of opportunity for the demographic dividend. Policy Brief, Lusaka, Zambia.
  6. Government of Malawi. (2015).  Demographic dividend or threat? Turning Malawi’s youthful population into an asset for socio-economic transformation. Policy Brief, Lilongwe Malawi.
  7. (2015). Harnessing youth potential for economic growth. Policy Brief No. 50. June 2015. Nairobi, Kenya.
  8. (2015). Investing in education and skills development. Policy Brief No. 49. June 2015. Nairobi, Kenya.
  9. (2015). Facilitating fertility decline to maximise on the window of opportunity. Policy Brief No. 48. June 2015. Nairobi, Kenya.
  10. (2015). Improving the health of Kenya’s present and future workforce for enhanced socioeconomic development. Policy Brief No. 47. June 2015. Nairobi, Kenya.

 

2014

  1. University of Dar es Salaam & AFIDEP, 2014. Opportunities for harnessing the demographic dividend in Tanzania. Research Brief. July, 2014. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

 

 

2013

  1. (2013). Drivers of progress in increasing contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Eastern and Southern Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP.
  2. (2013). Investments in family planning will stimulate socio-economic development in Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP.
  3. AFIDEP & INDEPTH Network. (2013). The contribution of the INDEPTH Network to malaria: A synthesis of research evidence published from 1998 to 2009. Nairobi: AFIDEP & INDEPTH.
  4. AFIDEP, USAID & Measure Evaluation. (2013). The evolution of community-based distribution of family planning in Kenya. Nairobi: AFIDEP, USAID & Measure Evaluation.

 

2012

  1. Zulu, E., Ciera, J., & Musila, N. (2012). Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Malawi. Nairobi: AFIDEP & Population Action International.
  2. Zulu, E., Ciera, J., Musila, N., & Wasao, S. (2012). Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Kenya. Nairobi: AFIDEP & Population Action International.
  3. Mutunga, C., Zulu, E., & De Souza, R-M. (2012). Population dynamics, climate change and sustainable development in Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP & Population Action International.
  4. AFIDEP for INDEPTH Network. (2012). The Contribution of the INDEPTH Network to Malaria Research: Synthesis of Research Evidence Published between 1998 and 2009. Review Report prepared by AFIDEP for INDEPTH Network. July 2012

 

 

2011

  1. (2011). Renewed efforts to meet women’s reproductive health needs required to address stagnation in family planning use in Eastern and Western Africa. Nairobi: AFIDEP.
  2. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Rapid assessment of the policy framework for linkages between sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV/AIDS in Kenya. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  3. (2011). Status of HIV and sexual and reproductive health linkages and integration in Lesotho. Nairobi: AFIDEP
  4. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Western Africa”. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  5. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Southern Africa. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  6. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Eastern Africa. Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation-Africa Region (IPPF ARO) and AFIDEP.
  7. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Western Africa”. Nairobi: IPPF ARO & AFIDEP.
  8. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Southern Africa. Nairobi: IPPF ARO & AFIDEP.
  9. IPPF ARO & AFIDEP. (2011). Enhancing progress towards universal access to reproductive health and safe motherhood in Eastern Africa. Nairobi: IPPF ARO & AFIDEP.

 

Fact Sheets

 

2015

 

Ministry of Health, AFIDEP, UNFPA, PRB and CSA. (2015). Status update: Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health in Kenya. Nairobi, Kenya.

 

 

 

2013

  1. AFIDEP & EAC. (2013). The status of reproductive health commodity security in the EAC partner states. Nairobi: AFIDEP & EAC.
  2. Guttmacher Institute & AFIDEP. (2012). Costs and benefits of investing in contraceptive services in sub-Saharan Africa. Nairobi: Guttmacher Institute & AFIDEP
  3. Guttmacher Institute & AFIDEP. (2012). Abortion and unintended pregnancy in Kenya. May 2012. Guttmacher Institute & AFIDEP

 

 

Publications AFIDEP has contributed to:

 

2015

  1. (2015). Preliminary report on the National Adolescent and Youth Survey (NAYS) on the Demographic Dividend. Nairobi: NCPD.

 

2013

  1. Creating and capitalizing on the demographic dividend for Africa. (March 2013). A report funded by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission and the African Development Bank Group.
  2. Initiating the demographic dividend by achieving a fertility decline. (March 2013). A brief from the report funded by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission and the African Development Bank Group.
  3. Africa and the challenge of realizing the demographic dividend. (March 2013). A brief from the report funded by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission and the African Development Bank Group.
  4. Toward a demographic dividend: invest in health and education. (March 2013). A brief from the report funded by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission and the African Development Bank Group.
  5. Beyond the first dividend: sustaining the second demographic dividend. (March 2013). A brief from the report funded by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission and the African Development Bank Group.
  6. Creating jobs: challenge for a demographic dividend. (March 2013). A brief from the report funded by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Union Commission and the African Development Bank Group.

 

2012

 

  1. People and the planet, The Royal Society Science Policy Centre report. (April 2012). The Royal Society.
  2. Louise Shaxson with Alex T. Bielak, Nyokabi Musila, et al. (2012). Expanding our understanding of K*(Knowledge Transfer, Knowledge Exchange, Knowledge Translation and Exchange, Knowledge Mobilisation, Knowledge Brokering, Knowledge Management, etc.) A concept paper emerging from the K* Conference held in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, April 2012. United Nations University – Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH), Hamilton, ON. 30pp + appendices.
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